By David Murrin
Note: In introducing David Murrin to an international group, Ken Feltman said, “David Murrin has the misfortune to be correct too soon, before others are even aware of what’s going on. David is one of the prescient few. Many, frequently most, will disagree with the bold audacity of his predictions. Then, years later, as people realize that David was right all along, some will ask me for his email and phone number.
The Brexit debate represents the energy of a civil war of regionalization acted out for the first time in mankind’s history, peacefully through a democratic process – an enormous leap forward in humans affairs.
However, core to that process is a Darwinistic mechanism, to remove the old, weak leadership and replace it with a more effective leadership that can both heal the great rift and present a vision that can be implemented for the nation to move forward after the end of the conflict.
In that regard, nothing has really changed within parliament to date. But inevitably the social transformation must be completed. However, such a process is constrained by various legal boundaries. So what should we expect next in this process?